“A great success”
This is how Slovenian electronic table game developer Spintec Gaming Technology described their time at the Annual Australasian gaming expo (AGE), which took place in Sydney, last week.
In an official press release, Spintec revealed how they thrilled customers and forged new alliances at the three-day event. This international expo allows exhibitors to demonstrate new and exciting technological innovations to the Australian gaming and hospitality industry.
Spintec opened with an exhibition of an 8-station version of their Karma GEN2 automated roulette advance, which features inventive design concepts aimed at maximising player comfort and accessibility. This product exhibits how Spintech maintain a proven track record of keeping players engaged for longer sessions.
Also on show was their Aura multi-game amphitheater solution. Already a favourite with operators throughout Australia, Aura made an enduring impression on visitors encountering it for the first time.
The well-attended event allowed visitors to discover why Spintec can confidently claim that their innovative gaming solutions make the firm a gaming industry leader.
A new alliance
Spintec signed a milestone deal with Independent Gaming, a local gaming distributor. According to Spintec, the partnership with the Sydney-based firm had already resulted in several installations in various locations across Australia. The alliance is vital to the company’s strategy to grow into new market territory and acquire new partnerships and installations.
More expos on the horizon
Spintec call the Slovenian town of SempeterpriGorici home but have their eye on conquering the rest of the globe. Eager to ride the wave of their Australian success story, Spintec expect to wow attendees with their unique product line. They will begin in Johannesburg, South Africa, at the annual ICE Africa expo in October. Next, the company will exhibit in Las Vegas, at the prestigious Global Gaming Expo (G2E).